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La Bella Lingua: My Love Affair with Italian, the World's Most Enchanting Language

by Dianne Hales

“Italians say that someone who acquires a new language ‘possesses’ it. In my case, Italian possesses me. With Italian racing like blood through my veins, I do indeed see with different eyes, hear with...


My Beautiful Bahrain: A Collection of Short Stories and Poetry about Life and Living in Bahrain

by Robin Barratt

Bahrain is beautiful, for many reasons- but it is mainly beautiful, in my eyes, because it is a country that embraces. The historical and cultural metamorphosis of this island is reflected in the aggregate of...


Live, Work, Retire, Buy Property and Do Business in Mauritius: Make Mauritius Your Second Home

by Reuben Phoolchund

It is an ebook which explains how a foreigner can come to Mauritius to live, work, retire, do business and buy property. There are hyperlinks which take the reader to relevant guidelines and application forms....


Malta: A Traveller's Anthology

by Deborah Manley

Deborah Manley's selection of extracts reveals how generations of writers have viewed the landscapes of Malta and Gozo, the people of the islands, the splendours of Valletta and its famous harbour, and the celebrated...


The West Country: A Cultural History

by John Payne

The English West Country is a land of exceptional landscapes: many miles of wild, unspoilt coastline and vast expanses of wild moorland; great cities such as Exeter, Plymouth, Bath and Bristol; and market towns,...


Athens

by John Gill

Athens is an historical anomaly. Excavations date its first settlement to over seven thousand years ago, yet it only became the capital of Greece in 1834. During the intervening centuries it was occupied by...


Provence: A Cultural History

by Martin Garrett

Celebrated by writers from Petrarch to Peter Mayle, Provence's rugged mountains, wild maquis and lavender-filled meadows are world-famous. Historic cities like Arles, Avignon and Aix contain Roman amphitheatres,...


Siberia: A Cultural History

by Anthony Haywood

Before Russians crossed the Urals Mountains in the sixteenth century to settle their 'colony' in North Asia, they heard rumours about bountiful fur, of bizarre people without eyes who ate by shrugging their...


Patagonia: A Cultural History

by Chris Moss

Patagonia is the ultimate landscape of the mind. Like Siberia and the Sahara, it has become a metaphor for nothingness and extremity. Its frontiers have stretched beyond the political boundaries of Argentina...


The Trans-Siberian Railway: A Traveller's Anthology

by Deborah Manley

No railway journey on Earth can equal the Trans-Siberian between Moscow and Vladivostock. It is not just its vast length and the great variety of the lands and climes through which it passes. It is not just...


Catalonia - A Cultural History

by Michael Eaude

Squeezed between more powerful France and Spain, Catalonia has endured a violent history. Its medieval empire that conquered Naples, Sicily and Athens was crushed by Spain. Its geography, with the Pyrenees falling...


The Basque Country: A Cultural History

by Paddy Woodworth

The Basque Country is a land of fascinating paradoxes and enigmas. Home to one of Europe's oldest peoples and most mysterious languages, with a living folklore rich in archaic rituals and dances, it also boasts...


First Overland: London to Singapore by Land Rover

by Tim Slessor

Why Not? After all, no-one had ever done it before. It would be one of the longest of all overland journeys - half way round the world, from the English Channel to Singapore. They knew that several expeditions...


The Thames

by Mick Sinclair

It may not be the longest, deepest or widest river in the world but few bodies of water reveal as much about a nation's past and present, or as suggestive of its future, as England's River Thames. Tales of legendary...


The Sahara: A Cutural History

by Eamonn Gearon

The Sahara is the quintessence of isolation, epitomizing both remoteness and severity of environment unlike any other place on the face of the earth. Replete with myths and fictions, it is a wild land, dotted...


In the Shadow of Crows

by David Charles Manners

When Bindra contracts leprosy, she is driven from her home in the Himalayan foothills with her two small sons and embarks upon a seemingly impossible course in search of salvation. David's first journey to India...


Travels in Blood and Honey: Becoming a Beekeeper in Kosovo

by Elizabeth Gowing

Kosovo: the name conjures up blood: ethnic cleansing and war. This book reveals another side to the newest country in the world-a land of generous families, strong tastes and lush landscapes: a land of honey....


The Temples of Kyoto

by Donald Richie & Alexandre Georges

The Temples of Kyoto takes you on a journey through these environs and presents twenty-one of these marvelous structures that are unique creations which, while quintessentially Japanese, somehow speak a universal...


Narrow Dog to Indian River

by Terry Darlington

Following the triumph of thier trip through France to Carcassonne, these two pensioners (and thier whippet, Jim) now cast off in thier narrowboat down the Intracoastal Waterway of the USA - from VIrginia to...


America the Principled: 6 Opportunities for Becoming a Can-Do Nation Once Again

by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Sometimes it seems that Americans are divided in countless ways—red or blue; black, brown, or white; rich or poor; male or female. What happened to America as the land of freedom and openness? In America the...